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Aviram, Eilat (Ms E)

Service Provider Type
Type of Organisation
Private Practice
Service Description

I offer long and short term psychotherapy for a wide range of life problems, such as; depression, anxiety, spiritual crisis, personality issues, relationship problems, self-esteem issues, psychological adjustment to physical illness, psychosomatic problems, life changes (loss, divorce etc)./n/nI aim to support and empower the individual, couple or family in exploring new ways to view their problem situation and make the changes needed to find balance and hopefully peace./n/nI find it important not to leave out the spiritual and physical aspects of life. I therefore combine holistic and clinical approaches where appropriate and include the option of energy/body work.

Health Conditions of Interest
Anxiety Disorders, Behavioural and emotional problems, Bereavement, Bipolar Mood Disorders, Burnout, Chronic diseases, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Death and Dying, Depression, Depression (Postnatal), Disability (Physical), Eating Disorders, Elderly, Mental Health, Mood Disorders, Pain, Personality Disorders, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Relationship problems, Stress, Suicide
Occupation(s)
Psychologist (Clinical)
Target Group
Adolescents, Adults, Children, Couples, Family, Men, Parents, Women
Phone Number
+27-21-6969778
Country
South Africa
Province
Western Cape
City
Southern Suburbs
Street Address (line 1)
15 Searle St
Street Address (line 2)
Rondebosch East
Postal Address (line 1)
15 Searle St
Postal Address (line 2)
Rondebosch East
Postal Code
7780
Official Position
Clinical Psychologist
Highest Qualification
MPsych
Practice Number
262226
HPCSA Registration Number
PS0095028
Office Days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Title
Ms
First Name
Eilat
Initials
E
Surname
Aviram
Gender
Female
Home Language
English
Date of Birth
1973-11-05

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